Friday, February 28th, 2014 at 5:30pm
UK guitarist Jonathan Prag arrives to perform his Adelaide Fringe debut at The Migration Museum. His joie de vivre is compelling as he shares his wholehearted love of music. Guitar lovers will enjoy the contrast between Bach’s haunting Cello suite No.1; and, from Venezuela, Lauro’s melodic Tryptico. The exquisite 'Gnossienne' by Satie - familiar to fans of the film 'Chocolat' - sets off the soulfully bluesy 'Prelude' by Gerswhin. Salsa will beguile you with a distinctly exotic and lively vibe. Three beautiful Scottish traditional tunes give way to an echo of Eastern Europe in Rudnev’s 'Lipa Vekovaya', based on a traditional Russian lament and you will thrill to a fiery flamenco finish. '...exquisite, intricate music.’ [Dave Fargnoli, Three Weeks]
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